'Concern' after DfE approves just one Asian-style maths textbook

'Concern' after DfE approves just one Asian-style maths textbook

Textbooks tailor-made for the Department of Education's (DfE) £41m "Chinese-style" maths programme are not making the grade, the DfE has confirmed, with only one textbook from Tunbridge Wells-based independent Maths – No Problem approved for use. 

One year on after the DfE announced 8,000 primary schools in England would receive £41m over four years to support the South Asian "maths mastery” approach in schools, the DfE has so far only approved a single textbook to teach the curriculum, eschewing all other books targeting the programme from publishers including Oxford University Press, Pea...

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